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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 23 March 1848

^m ». ^ |<^>WTROSE SALOPN. "^|7£, the undersigned tender our thank* to ¦\ jt% tbepeople generally for the extensive patronage we nave beretofore received in hour (inept bunneaa,*nd would inform them that we bavintted up* iiew and . ^r^'llJl^ii-Jiirtiiit.. :\; ofl%firMfoor arttheia^artdw of J. N. Eldiidle'a Gobtoet trVaraoattblhibaient, two doors we»«ir^JI, 8, Wilaoa'a Store, and opposite I. li^Pbat *fCb'«i;«*oi*'^'W»e c*ll aiut welwill W.^RJl lo^SMp^/you^in a ..better' otyle tWnl»» ta«laf*nai^ Jo^ We U««m« {Biaetooa to mm^*&9^\ik ,k*z-i:Ato,:^i£vc a, new;«odMe«did^yteof iCblpa Toys, of all ki^ll«i^^'a^meg(Ttbnt''ever was in a^roae, whiebwillbea^ldcDeap. , r^ ConfectiooarieB, Rock Caiidies, 'and ' ^^^§^^^mtf:- ^ •'-¦)':¦: gw^^r^lin^ii^Jroin New York. Ss^^^ET^^' wiBg^raSP!*^^'! s :f*C»f«f6i^i-(^^, C^kero, Herrings !»m3Ripfefl«n^iBtJ^ j. ^^^A^mm^ml aj^^gf^fe^^iJiliM^-. ¦¦>"'- i; w^^^m^^^^^S^^^^JM "9J&f^W07&£*1wi' 40l(kVB&£l'**5™t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 23 March 1848

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

TEMslI " THE BEIOCRAT." s » • • •I,SO »ye»r,lfp«l«ln adduce. 6r(2,00 Ifpild st the tiM>oiuwy<«r. J (tcti. eairgu) for PfHnt« tf carried M the pobHtber't Mpdrtc I* ' r OiKDatiaauvnopUoiliil, except whttt «n«tnig»*rrpiiid. AptrsKTiiKMKim oti§ dollar perftqnore *f iwclve-lln*»,or Ira, lot ti>t 6rmhrer i|»ition>, and Iwcnly-fivrci'nu forevtrf ral*niaenttnMlt(oi^ A liberal dlacuvnt will be tnaduln itwm who advertise bjribe year. gy Baslnnalrttemiiidcoiiimunicaiiona for lhe paper Mat be mix rin> to owure tUcntfdn-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

ADDRESS, DdiTtitd bfiort m MoniroM * untitfWBientmptrtia Sjfclfty, Feb. 22,1848. BY b|v. A. MILLER. " ' i" [rtBtlSHBft BY jKEQtTEST OP THE SOCKTY.J When an army*ould take a city, U'surveys carefully the obstacles to be encountered, la this line of approach is to be passed a difficult stream. On that eminence are intrenchments of fearful strength, (jommanding all access from that quarter. Ot| the border of yonder Lake stand redoubts, fr|>m whose embrasures will issue a fiery storm which is sure to sweep down the bravest legion! that shall dare to pass within their range, ¦ \tiiicli of these it is necessary to take, and to ocfnpy or demolish, is early decided. They are l^icwcd and assailed. When one assault is not iuecessfnl, another is made. If one day's toil does not carry them, another is added. If one 'Sine of approach is found impracticable, another is tried, till these outposts no longer furnish (Shelter to an opposing army, or impede the conquest So it is in the ho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

THE DEMOCRAT. ij 0. 6. HEMPSTEAB, Editor. M<>1HJ'BM>eE> Tlr andar, ...:...|....AprU «, 184*. FOR rX^SIDKST, JAMES BUCHANAN, Subject to decision of the National Convention. 4—FOS CANAL tCOatMISSIORKK, ISRAEL j» A I N T E R, Of Westmoreland County.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

TIB WHIG PAITT AND THE PRESIDENCY. There is now little If any doubt among politicians that-the renowned hero of " three defeats," Henry Clay, will again be the candidate of the Whig party forfthe Presidency. However doubtful this riight have been a few months ago, and however far back in deep obscurity his famous, oriratber infamous, Lexington speech and " platform" may have thrown him, the fact cannot be disguised- that his late " professional" pilgrimage to the national capital, and to the cast, b$s greatly changed the complexion of his prospects with his party, (by infusing new life, energy and ardor into his former idolaters.) and paired the way to his nomination on the 7 th of Jline next, if he is willing tohasarda " fourth"!abortive eff<>rt {ot tbe goal of his towering imbition. The delegations to the Whig Convention from Pennsylvania, New York,'Ohio, all of the New England atates, (excepting Massachusetts, which has already preferred her Webster, whom some...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

"¦¦ ' tv. ii—'-¦- —-.-'-" 'mil ,i , Additional EnroDean News. 1 The following inteUigenie was brought by the Caledonia whoso arrival was announced:by us last weeki 1 | tram th* Earapeiul Tt««. j Liverpool, SJmday, March 12. ^ ^ The Revolution in France is: nowl " au fait" ] accomplished, The abdication of ^ouis Phil- i ippe, the appointment and Rejection of a Re- I gency, the complete triumph of the Parisians 4 over the army, tho establishment of a Provi- l sional Government, the, ercbtion of...» RepubHc, i the overthrow of the House of PeeVs and titles ] of distinction, tho precipitate, abject flight of jj all the members of the Orleans family with \>. tho'r misguided ministers to our oi|rn shores or|j to other places of exile, the immediate recog-1| nition of the new Republic of France by Great!] Britain^ Belgium, Switzerland and] the United y Qtntna VinvA *11 fnllr>n in aiit*n wnnin aimf*i"*aftl<ili #4h41%/ muiu t##j ( _ U««IVVII | M » V w*a **M a»a w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

One Day Ltiter. The New York •Morning ' Star issued an extra on Thursday afternoon, containing the following later news from London : _ We have received, thb afternoon, London advices of; March 12, giving one day's later intelligence [from England, France, ice, ere., and several days' later from Algiers. Lord John Russet's resignjatioh was posittrely decided upon on Saturday evening. Despatches announcing his contemplated resignation were forwarded to Dublin, the intelligence appearing in the Dublin papers of Saturday, March ,12. j '! Cabinet Councils were held in Downing street on Saturday evening and during the day. Lord Palmcrston held a conference1 with Mr. Bancroft thoJJ. S. Minister. j ¦lue wauinetit was understood had* under consideration important concessions to Ireland, and a considerable extension of the elective franchise in the United Kingdom was.talked of. ! Douglass Jerrold, immediitely after big arrival at Paris, hold an interview with Lamartine. who received ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

Spain.—Tho |cbombcr of Deputies on the 3d inst. voted orjf the first article of the bill relative to the extraordinary powers demanded by ministers fortbe defence of the kingdom. The article, was adopted by a vote of 162 to 51 —majority for ministers, 108. The second article was under discussions on' the 4th. Madrid was tranquil. f ' Naples.—Letters dated at Naples, 3d Marchstate positively that the Due de Serra Capriola, and in fact the whole of the Ministers, had resigned. ¦' The packages ^conveying the advices, says the Star, were received by the steamer Caledonia, at Boston on Monday night, but were delayed in their transmission to this city.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

Death ol" John Jacob Astor; John Jacob Astor died in New York, on Wednesday week^ in the eighty-fifth year, of his age. His groat wealth and his intimate connection with the early commerce of this country, have giv^n him a world-wide reputation. He was the.'fifth among the rich men of the age; Baron Rothschild, Louis Philippe, the Duke of Devonshire, and Sir Robert Peel only exceed . him. Hoi leaves property valued at ferty millions of dollars, the largest amount of which, it is sappoffed; he has willed to bis son, William B Astoi* He haY bequeathed the sum of $350,000 Jfor the establishment of a Free Library, to |ie called, the Aston Library, of which Dr. jCogswell, who has resided with him for some years, is to be librarian. The cost of the building is limited to $60,000. It is rumored thatfhe has willed large sums to religious societies,-{hospitals, and benevolent institutions, including tho German Emigrant Association,. FritaV Green Hallcck, the poet, Washington Irving, th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

Elector* for President. Tlie following tiiblc of the number of Electoral votes to which; each State will be entitled at the ensuing election, will be useful for frc-(jnent reference during .the campaign ; Maine, - ' 9 Alabama, 9 N'irw 'Hampshire,. - ] 6 Missis-ppi, C Vermont, j 6 Ohio, \ 23 XiaKachusctL", : 12 Louisiana, 6 Rhode Island, .; 4 Kentucky, 12 Connecticut, J 6 Tennessee, 13 New York, ] 36 Indiana, 12 New Jersey, ; 7 Illinois, 9 Pennsylvania, ! 20 Missouri, 7 Delaware. „ , ^| .8 Arkansas, 3 Man land, I 8 Michigan, 5 Virginia, [ 174 Florida, 3 North Carolina, j-llfTexas, - 4 South Carolina, ?. 9" Iowa, 4 Georgia, < 10 Total, 280 To the above; in rail likelihood, will be added Wisconsin, with foUr votes.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

Tefrlilf Shipwreck l-Onc-flnndiTd Livti Lost! ! ttDSTOS, March 25, 1848. The hark Auroray reported by the Highland Mary, at-New Yorkv as taking on board part of the passengers of the British ship omega, from Liverpool, ( published in an is-ine of Saturday.) arrived at Halifax,*m Saturday last, with 73 »f these unfoctuniitc people, l.a\ing landed 33 at Canso, and the remainder, about sixty having died on board. Many of the survivors are differing from sickness. During the last seventeen days they were on brard the Aurora, the alluSnuC? of food was limited at fii ounces of bread, and a wine glassof water each diy to every one on board. | The British brig Barbara, Capt. Skinner, front New York for Cork, with a cargo of corn, took] on'board about, 150 more on the 11th of February, and afterwards bore sway for New Foundlond. On the 2d of march, the steamer Hiberuia. Capt. Shannon,- from New York, via Halifax, hove in sight; a signal •f distress was made; the steamer bore down to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

FretB New Inif#-A Beporti. Battle. _ s». LomB, March 31 - We have advices from Santa Fe to Ahe 18th February,' which is a week later than brought by Lieut. Thorp on Tuesday last On the 13th a rumor had reached Santa Fe, that Col. Bowls hod been attacked at Cecira by 4000 Mexicans, and had lost 90 men. General Pierce, with 500 men, marched promptly to his relief. Thb late arrival does not particularly confirm this, but says Gen.' Pierce was at El Posso advancing on Chihuahua, with 1500 men. It was rumored that Gen. Urreu Was marching against Chihuahua, by the way of SonoW, with a large force, bat this is doubtful. • Tbe route from Santo Fe is much impeded by snow, and with it the recent retnrningvparty have lost many mueb." " ¦ Thorp met Fisher's express on the 5th of march, in great distress, having suffered severely from cold. Edward Thorp was shot dead at Fiort Spoolding. recently, by James Waters. This is the second of tho Thorpe killed lately.,' A New Ioka.—A corresponde...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

Tbe Philadelphia Murder. Ihe supposed, and without doubt, real fiend who si britally murdered Mrs. lladeinacher, has bican srnstcil He is a German named Charles La ngfeldt, recently released from between thn e and fnur years imprisonment for robbing th i Zion Lutheran Church. He formerly resit cd with a Mr. Cassel, in the house now oecnp ed by Mr. Raderoachcr, and the testimony of Mr. Cassel and his wife was very strong agn inst him on his trial. He is a shoemaker—he was not at home on the night <f the murder till three o'clock, ho then procured a basin and water, and washep his bands ; ind a part of his apparrel. His clothing have b icn found stained with blood. The shirt he h: id on when be was arrested had a stain on tie bosom—be wore it with the bind part front, in order to hide the red witness of bis. guilt. A blade of a shoemaker's knife found in tl e bid of Mr. Rademachcr, has been recognized as belonging to him, and a dirk ku ife is missing from his boarding h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

SW^sssr&s ^ s&s&nss&ssfsti f^&^F SBtXA C. Tyler. Associate Judges in Susquehanna county have issued iheirj precente. hWrinr ,l.i! .ho 37th d»y of J*«.r,2fiTO.Swf iSS one tsousand eigbl hundred and hnJvht and torn, direpte.4. for boldin. a Courier Over »nd Uermuier ,nd General Jail Mtor/i.*. S^'W;?)"^-^^^'. NoS» is tbereto/e hereby eireo to tha Pj*. ner Ju».ic«3the Peac^/cor!, Jbietfe *id CBuntyof Susquehanna^ that they be ,C ?0 fh^.,n ^e'r /ro Cer «x,r ^on *'««e» o'clock to th^fprenooo of said day, wilh their record.: mqwaa^nfc and other remembrances, to do be done. And «no$e wh« are bound by recoiniz inces to prosecute airalnitthe prisoners thai areorahalM* in the Jail of aaiu^couniy of SuvqiMhanna, are to be then and there to prose, cute against them aa will be just. ^ Dated at Moniro*e the 3d ilny of April, in the year of our Urd on* ibnuwnd eight hundred and forty-eight, i N. C. WARNER, Sheriff , , List of Letters, R^, AP l ri.( a,tt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

' - - • RegUter's Notice *; UBL.C Notice is hereby given to al ner. wffl-a. CWraiaw, late of HeWMilfoVa own. •h'P,deceased.^^ J URIAH CUNTON, Execu or. . 4**f Wrigkt,' Jr:, latebf ihe Borouiiof TJuo. daff. deceased. J. T.NJLANGDON. Mi i*r. • *JZ,U"J* ctml**l laieW Tbomsoo towi lakip decea«dv MILTON TINGLEY, Ad. i'r. Jono/aon Bwrn^ Uti«.f chfford townsbi >f deceaned. : ZIBA' BURNS!. " ) v. j ELERY BURNS, \ ^f 0,,M - <Je«a»j er Bnvmilatf> of G«»l B?«d tpwi ship, LYMAN TROWBRIDGE,Idm'r. Simon jtfarey. I»e of Lenox lownshfo. «i ee'd. SHUBAEL DIMOCIt;|ani'r. That the accoumaou have settled the r accoums in the Register's Office in \a4 7i r the County of Susquehanna, ond that ihe «»m. Vwill be presented before the Judzes oi «,« orp ,„>,.„ Court at Monlrosejon Mopday the I7ifi d iv of April next, for coufirnmfion n id nHowiint e WALTER FOLLET, BntaMir. Regkter's Office, J f Montrose, March, 13.1841. < ] T FAKM FOR 5ALE. \ TI»^»T l,ndCr8i S',fed• ^ XeC...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

SOSQUEHANNA ACADEm X HMprmg Wm.dV ihi, <nsjitution will commence on Wednesday the lftb of April' neouwonder the cbnrge df A. J. Buel. graduate from Madison UniterntyJjf. Y. v TJUItlON PER QUARtER. .. wf'«'nf. Beading, Ortiiofraplir, Rufltments of Aritbrnetic, Geography and English Grammar, I 92,00 .:,*li" Cimmmar and Lessons, Cbem-S57-W»SBplW, Bofau^Tutlc *nd Rbetor.ck, 7- ; T 8,00 ' Algebra, Surveying, Geometry, and Astronomy, j , - -y 400 .'Latin and Greek Class cs. and Fre>icb, 5.00 Music on tbe PianoFortel [eatraJ T goo < j By order of the Board. » _i « WM.JBSSUP President. Montrose. Mtrch 15, i«4g. BPRWlTICl. V\.LL those indebted to the subscriber are requested jto call and-seubj ^rnmcdiateiy either tty pole or,payment. - {•¦'-' . \ ~ ' ! D. CLEM0N3. Moriirose, March 14,1313. ji \W'' ±-.\ £ 1—AiliaaliUfHrator's Kottcc. NOTICE Is fiere'by'given to nil persons indebited\l o,|li» esta'pe of ELIZABETH COOK, dee'd, Jate of Jessttp Township, to rnako immediat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

I —aai^RiaaaJB— In Binhaniton, on the 23d ult., by the Rev. Mf. Hoag, Dr. Iha N. Hawlet, of Montrose, and Miss Flavilla Hoao. In Bridgewater, March 29, 1848, by Rev. H. A|fiiley. Mr. Horacb A. Deans, of Franlrlini to Miss Frances Elizabeth Stbood, of the former place. In Montrose, on the 27th ult., by Rev. Asa Brooks, Mr. Solomos A. Hcbd, to Mrs. : Lipra 0. Spekceb, all of Montrose. In Bipuntrim, on the 30th ult., by Eld. E. Sturdcrant, Mr. James B. Sturoevant, and Miis JqsEruistE L. Mownr, all of Braintrifci. On tlie 2d inst.i by Eld. D. Dimock, Mr. Zkbi?U E. Sprout, of Bridgewater, to Miss MiBY E. Nichols, of Nicholson, Wyoming Col, Pa. ' 8 >i JI7RV LIST, I Dravmfor April Term, 1S48. ' { GRAND JURORS. Auburn—Thomas Adam*. Br^gewater—John W. Wa rner. Brooklyn— Horace Thayer, Clifford —Jas. Ch-mhers, Alfred Merriman, Sidney G. Oram. Daniel R. Tiffany. Ch^conu!—Jump* Pierce. Dirfiock—John Fnster. Gibson - Gurdnn E. Abet. Great Bend- Garret Johnston. ir.jford—TylerCnrpe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

Deferred Articles. Widows o» REvdtrr«o*AnY. Somieks.— An act of Congress, Ipproved tbe 2d of Febunry, 1848, makes fufcther provision for widows of all such soldiers, whose marriage took place before the last of «Tlwuary>1794, to receive for and during theif natural lives, from and after the 4th of March, 1S48, tbe annuity which would have been allowed to their husbands by the Act of June 7thr s1832, if living at the time it was passed, subject to the same restrictions as ore prescribed in ;the -act of 1832, granting half pay and pensions to certain widows. And further, all widows entitled to the benefits of this latter adjure admitted to the benefits of the act just passed- Fatuek Mathe^.—The friends of temperance in various parts of tho country, are making' preparations to.;receive tho great Apostle, on his arrival in this country with becoming honor/ In New York, the different Temperance Societies haye'had several union-meetings to consider tho subject of his recept...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 6 April 1848

gflftf rttecwr »<»• jj UOLDEN'S DOLLAR MAGAZINE! TIM CHEAlfitST MAO AXIS ¦ IK «M WORLD 1 Sixtu-four pages in each Number—768pages (o the Volume 1/ FOR ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR!!!! The Publisher of Holders Dollar Magazine would colTattention to his NEW FEATURES, among which are the following:— 1st. Familiar Places and Familiar Faces about Gotham. 2d. Revolutionary Sketches, by an Octogenarian, edited by an American ^Author. 3d> Border Bullets, or Reports from the Rifle of an old Frontier Man. 4th. Pulpit Portraits, or Sketches of eminent livirig American Clergymen ,of all denominations. ' i , . 5th. Topics of the Month, 'containing Gossip, A Chat tvitt readers and Correspondents, Anecdotes, Faoetia, &c &c- 6th. REVIEWS WHICH ARE REVIEWS '. being thorough Reviews, (not puffs,) of all new publications. 7th. Translations from the FRENCH .and GERMAN by an American. 8th. Poenis, Tales, Essays, Humorous and Serious $kc!tcbes, Fancjful Portraits, Tradit tionary ...

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